Lance Reddick, Star of ‘The Wire’ and ‘John Wick,’ Dies at 60

Lance Reddick, a prolific actor who received fame participating in a law enforcement commander on the Baltimore criminal offense drama “The Wire” and a concierge in the prison sanctuary acknowledged as the Continental Lodge in the “John Wick” motion picture franchise, died on Friday. He was 60.

His demise was confirmed by his publicist, Mia Hansen. No cause was offered.

Mr. Reddick was perhaps greatest known for taking part in Lt. Cedric Daniels on “The Wire,” the sprawling HBO series that was praised for its reasonable and generally downbeat depiction of policing, criminal offense, instruction and other features of daily life in Baltimore, which premiered on June 2, 2002.

Mr. Reddick also appeared on the Fox drama “Fringe” as Phillip Broyles, in the motion picture “White House Down” as Basic Caulfield and in the Amazon initial sequence “Bosch.” He also branched out into video clip games, notably Horizon Zero Dawn and its sequel, and the Destiny franchise.

He is survived by his wife, Stephanie Reddick a daughter, Yvonne Nicole Reddick and a son, Christopher Reddick.

Kwame Opam contributed reporting.

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